2022 NFL first-round draft order: Jaguars own the first choice, and the Lions the 32nd

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With Super Bowl LVI finished, it’s on to 2022.

The 2022 NFL draft order is set for the first round, which will be held Thursday, April 28, in Las Vegas.

Five teams don’t have a first-round draft choice, including the Super Bowl champion Rams. The Giants have two of the top seven choices and the Jets two of the top 10. The Eagles have picks 15, 16 and 19, and the Lions picks 2 and 32.

Here is the entire first-round draft order:

1. Jaguars (3-14)

2. Lions (3-13-1)

3. Texans (4-13)

4. Jets (4-13)

5. Giants (4-13)

6. Panthers (5-12)

7. Giants (via 6-11 Bears)

8. Falcons (7-10)

9. Broncos (7-10)

10. Jets (via 7-10 Seahawks)

11. Washington Football Team (7-10)

12. Vikings (8-9)

13. Browns (8-9)

14. Ravens (8-9)

15. Eagles (via 9-8 Dolphins)

16. Eagles (via 9-8 Colts)

17. Chargers (9-8)

18. Saints (9-8)

19. Eagles (9-8, Wild Card loser)

20. Steelers (9-7-1, Wild Card loser)

21. Patriots (10-7, Wild Card loser)

22. Raiders (10-7, Wild Card loser)

23. Cardinals (11-6, Wild Card loser)

24. Cowboys (12-5, Wild Card loser)

25. Bills (11-6, Divisional round loser)

26. Titans (12-5, Divisional round loser)

27. Buccaneers (13-4, Divisional round loser)

28. Packers (13-4, Divisional round loser)

29. Dolphins (via 10-7 49ers, NFC Championship Game loser)

30. Chiefs (12-5, AFC Championship Game loser)

31. Bengals (10-7, Super Bowl loser)

32. Lions (via 12-5 Rams, Super Bowl winner)

27 responses to “2022 NFL first-round draft order: Jaguars own the first choice, and the Lions the 32nd

  1. Malik Willis underrated talented qb. Unless getting Deshaun, Willis should be priority for Giants, Panthers, Broncos.

  2. Hey guys. I just woke up from a 1 year coma and found out my Lions have the 32nd pick. We finally won the Superbowl. Right?

  3. pookiebooboo says:
    February 15, 2022 at 7:32 pm
    NYC reppin 40% of the top ten.

    All we can do is pray.

    ____

    I think you spelt New Jersey wrong…

  4. The Lions having the 32nd pick in a year where they won 3 games is so Lions it’s not even funny.

  5. You realize you don’t have to keep calling Washington the Football Team, right?

    Their new name is terrible, but they DO have a new name.

  6. Now I OFFICIALLY don’t have to watch the 1st round of the draft as a Super Bowl winner.

  7. I think, ultimately, the Lions would rather have Stafford back. The 32nd pick + Goff not enough

  8. giants… promising qb, new coaching staff and 2 picks in to 10…
    .
    not saying SB, but should improve dramatically in that division

  9. Everybody does realize the Lions also have the second pick in the draft, right? Some of the comments make me not so sure.

  10. The only good thing Myers left the Jags was having them be so bad they received the number 1 pick.

  11. Jaguars are always in the top five and they always have the most cap space and yet they continue to suck

  12. How the Packers have been good for so long is amazing. They rival the Patriots, whom I consider the greatest football franchise ever. GB should have won more Super Bowls but they’re never “all in “ like the Rams were this season.

  13. B D says:
    February 15, 2022 at 9:35 pm
    I hope the Lions hit on both. I like their coach and wish him success.

    -A Bears Fan
    //////
    You’re not a real Bears fan. Rooting for your divisional opponent to hit on their draft picks?

  14. otheirony says:
    February 16, 2022 at 8:45 am
    How the Packers have been good for so long is amazing. They rival the Patriots
    //////
    No, they don’t. It’s not even close. The Patriots have won their division like 17 of last 20 years.

  15. Hey. o theirony, as long as Rodgers is Green Bay quarterback you won’t see another Super Bowl win. just some meaningless MVP. for regular season

  16. February 16, 2022 at 8:45 am
    How the Packers have been good for so long is amazing. They rival the Patriots
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    No, they don’t. It’s not even close. The Patriots have won their division like 17 of last 20 years.

    And thats only because their division has been so crappy all those years the Pats won it.the Packers would have won that division had they been in it.

  17. It would be interesting to see a chart on what value score each of this pick positions hold in relation to players. At least I believe that somewhere there is that type of chart.

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